Archive for February, 2012
The Malibu Breeze, also called the Malibu Bay Breeze, is a delicious perfect for days that you by the beach soaking up the sun, in a hammock under the palm trees… or just wishing that you were! Malibu rum is the most popular worldwide brand of rum, and has a long history of producing quality rum using good ingredients.
Contrary to popular belief, rum was first invented in Asia likely in India or China. It was Read the rest of this entry »
Its name might sound more appealing to vampires than to us living humans. The name might even be considered stomach turning to some. However, the Bloody Mary is one of the most popular alcoholic drinks ever created. It can be simplistic only containing two ingredients or it can be complex containing multiple ingredients. The simple method is a mix of vodka and tomato juice. That sounds good but don’t skip your morning eggs and bacon. The variations are normally other ingredients added to the main simple duo. It is a Read the rest of this entry »
Coffee is not just a morning wake-up beverage. You can have a warm, tasty coffee-based beverage in the evening, or anytime, jazzed up for adults with liqueurs. Decaffeinated coffee can be used in place of regular, to keep you from getting a jolt of wakefulness after hours.
Try this delicious, nutty chocolate-hazelnut concoction: combine hot coffee with chocolate liqueur and hazelnut liqueur. Served in a wine glass, this is a sophisticated drink to help you unwind.
The classic Irish Coffee is comforting and rich. Mix a cup of hot coffee with good Irish Read the rest of this entry »
When it comes to making fruity mixed drinks, the options are endless. We can customize them to our liking and even follow simple recipes if we’d like to.
Now, if you’d like to learn how to make the perfect margarita, here are some helpful tips to take into consideration:
Alcohol: In order for your margarita to taste good, you want to make sure you don’t put in too much alcohol. Stick to a shot glass amount.
Frozen: You will also want to make sure your mixed flavoring Read the rest of this entry »